Videos of the white foxes being released from their tiny cages show them being released at a Buddhist nursery garden, the temporary refuge where they will be housed until their rescuers in China can construct a suitable enclosure for them.
Karen Gifford, an animal rescuer who helps raise awareness and supports Bohe in her attempts to save dogs from canine meat farms in China, recognized the foxes as being rescued in China by animal activist Bohe.
Gifford stated on Facebook that the farmed foxes are domestically raised and “born in the spring and skinned in the winter.” “It’s definitely terrifying.”
The animals cannot be released into the wild since they are not wild. Instead, the foxes will be provided with a safe haven to spend the remainder of their lives.
The foxes were saved, according to Gifford, after Bohe and her followers heard that the fox farmers were abandoning their operation due to a lack of profit.
The 174 foxes were placed into trucks and sent to Mudanjiang, China’s Buddhist Jilin Nursing Garden.
They were released free once they got at the garden.